8- 9 Duke Street , Dublin 2
THE POST OFFICE GIRL BY STEFAN ZWEIG
A post office girl is invited by her American aunt to a resort in the Swiss Alps after World War one.
"A beautiful and tragic novel , that will haunt you for a long time"
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Thanks for the thought Tatyana. A good idea. Maybe some time next year.
0 · 13h ago
Totally agree with Colin. Thank you.
0 · 3 days ago
We will stick to a pub meeting. Xmas is expensive and people like cheap night out. People like to attend briefly and not be confined to a set time. Also december meetings are often poorly attended,,,if we start adding restaurant fees nobody will show up. Besides food venues are too hard to agree for 15 people,,,the chinese food fans will not want to go a vegan venue. Nice idea,,,but lets stick to a cheap night of drink,,then people can just pop in for one. Suggested large group dinners usually end up not happening.
4 · November 14
Would people who are reading this book, be interested to meet over dinner? If you like this idea, please "like" this message. If we have 100% yes, I will book place in town where we can be at one table. I apologise if this is against rules of the club!!!
1 · November 14
anybody has .mobi book ?
0 · November 5
11 spots available
Hi , my name is Colin..I am passionate about books,,, I like to read literary...
Joined the Club in order to widen my reading choices and meet new people. Love non-fiction...
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